The Philadelphia Eagles have a daunting obstacle in their way this week as they try to grab sole possession of first place in the NFC East.
A home game.
The Eagles will try to snap a franchise-worst 10-game home losing streak Sunday against the Washington Redskins and pull ahead of idle Dallas in football's most mediocre division.
They're off to an 0-4 start this year at Lincoln Financial Field, though they've won two in a row after Sunday's 27-13 victory at Green Bay.
"We got to get it going. We got to get back in the swing of things at home," Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson said. "Our fans deserve it. So, hopefully, we can collect something together, figure out what it is and just win in front of our home fans. But there's got to be support. We can't be coming into the game, first quarter, getting boos and all that type of stuff. (The fans) just got to work with us throughout the game. I think as long as everybody is doing their job and doing what they need to do, we'll be...